Dec. 6: Today in Arizona history

2012-12-06T07:00:00Z Dec. 6: Today in Arizona historyArizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
December 06, 2012 7:00 am  • 

1913: The U.S. District Court awards 100,000 remaining acres of the Baca Float grant in southern Arizona to the heirs of the original grant.

1939: "Cisco Kid" production is planned in Tucson. Cesar Romero to be the star of motion picture, which will be the third brought to this area within a period of six months.

1954: University of Arizona men's basketball head coach, Fred Enke, records his 500th career victory in his 30th season as Arizona upsets Kansas State, 86-81.

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